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Dental Surgery Clinic @ NeWest

Dental Surgery Clinic @ NeWest

This dental clinic has a contemporary aesthetic, a modern ambience and a functional layout. The planning was prioritized to facilitate the workflow and professionalism of the dental clinic staff. Specialty spaces like the X-ray and consultation rooms needed to be designed very precisely in order to contain the radiation and to fit the equipment inside the rooms respectively.

The client requested for an interior design that prioritizes on the ambience of the reception and waiting areas will maintaining the privacy of the consultation rooms. The idea was to create a balance between the function of the space and its aesthetics. Piping for the suction and water tools had to be especially retrofitted along with the machinery for dental procedures. The workflow has to be creatively considered and applied. The ambience had to give a spacious but clean feel that would put the patients at ease.

Home Guide’s Work

After an in-depth consultation, a computerized 360°Tour was created and shown to the clients. After approval, Home Guide’s team took two combined storefronts and designed a creative layout plan that secured the privacy of the consultation rooms while leaving ample space for the reception and waiting. The interior of the consultation rooms followed an all-white colour palette, which is usually associated with cleanliness. The procedure chair upholstered in bright colours serve as a dash of colour to balance out the ambience of the consultation room. The X-ray room walls were install with lead to keep the radiation inside.

Nid D’oiseaux

Nid D’oiseaux

Nid D’oiseaux is a cozy store that specializes in antiques and other handmade objects. So the interior design concept of this outlet was to feature all these products in the best light. The overall design was therefore simple and understated – a backdrop for the actual products on display, but still snazzy enough to keep any customer hooked on the ambience. This store was also chosen by Starhub to be used in their Christmas advertising campaign.

The client used to be a resident in France, and was deeply inspired by the delicate neo-renaissance aesthetic of the City of Light. The interior design of this retail outlet was requested to be done in a classy and sophisticated way – something that was trendy but not overwhelming. So the ambience was crafted to be posh and understated with a dash of restrained glamour.

As in any retail, the display was to be given special consideration. This resulted in a bright white color scheme that would definitely make the handmade gifts and decorations pop.

The design team paid special focus to the product display. Nid D’oiseaux is a concept lifestyle store that promotes an artisanal way of living, so each product has to be the focus of display. This means that the backdrop was relegated to crisp, understated tone of white that make all the handmade gifts and decorations the focal point of this interior.

Additionally, the ambience was inspired by the delicate elegance of contemporary French interiors and nature. Since there are no shopping malls in the area, the shop exterior has to be paid special attention. Its bright yellow exterior is reminiscent of beautiful sidewalk boutiques.

Ki-mono @ JEM

Ki-mono @ JEM

Ki-mono, meaning Wood-Things, is a brand that aims to bring Japanese design to Singapore. Home Guide created a space that reflects the Japanese heritage of the designs, but showcased in a comfortable, home-like environment that would help the customer imagine the design pieces in their own home. Having successfully designed the Ki-mono store in OneKM, Home Guide approached this space with a fresh outlook, again managing to create a welcoming, Zen space.

Inspiration for the overall aesthetic was to be taken from a traditional Japanese home, creating a bright store with a Zen feel. It was important to show the Japanese element of the designs and display them in a way that translated seamlessly into a Singapore interior design.

When designing the OneKM store, the aesthetic had a subtle Japanese feel and it was a great success. So, when designing the store at JEM, a more literal approach was used and a Japanese home was created with an aesthetic sensitive to the products, highlighting them throughout.

Ki-mono @ OneKM

Ki-mono @ OneKM

Located in the stylish OneKM Mall, Ki-Mono (meaning wood-things), a Japanese furniture design store, was looking for a complete re-design of their showroom. They found the existing space too open, hence lacking of flow. It also lacked a clear representation of their brandwhich was to allow clients to identify the Japanese heritage behind their designs through a warm and inviting space.
Home Guide Design was thus invited to re-design the store and they have successfully created a space that is both stylishly Zen and functional in telling the story of the product; a perfect balance of Japanese and Singapore interior design. The client was very pleased with the outcome that Home Guide Design has delivered and they requested Home Guide Design to take on their third retail store at JEM.

The initial floor plan of the store was too open, with no clearly defined shop front. Customers could access the shop from all sides, making it difficult to devise a walking path to ensure that they saw all of the products. This was the first issue that was addressed by enclosing the shop with distinctive black-framed glass. This created a physical barrier, but kept the shop open visually. 

HomeAlive 360° Design Package

HomeAlive 360° Design Package

HomeAlive 360° Design Package

Bathroom 360° View

Before Discount:
$200

After 50% Discount:
$100

Bedroom 360° View

Before Discount:
$600

After 50% Discount:
$300

Kitchen 360° View

Before Discount:
$800

After 50% Discount:
$400

Living Room 360° View

Before Discount:
$800

After 50% Discount:
$400

Living Room 360° View 2

Before Discount:
$1200

After 50% Discount:
$600

HomeAlive 360° Design Package prices are 100% waived when you engage our interior design or renovation services.

How It Works

Stage One

  • Layout plans are created (Approx 2 – 3)
  • Detail and elevation drawing proposal
  • Material and colour scheme proposal
  • Ceiling and lighting plan proposal
  • Estimated quotation
  • Finalisation of above plans, proposals and quotations
  • Proceed to 360° 3D drawing

Stage Two

  • Proposal of 360° 3D perspective drawing
  • Amendments to proposed 360° 3D perspective drawing
    (Limited to one set of amendments)
  • Final 360° 3D perspective drawing
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